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of the day, some people are going to be right and some people are going to be wrong. >> peyton manning has a 9-0 record against the ravens overall, but baltimore has wrapped up most of their wins on the road. check out the playoff addition for a look at the proper -- prep work for the game. coming up, we will go over some of your pet questions. you can e-mail your pet questions to us or visit our website -- wbaltv.com. but first -- >> joe flacco. everyone knows someone who has had it -- the flu. had it -- the flu. good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. >> tomorrow, the cdc will release its latest flu numbers. they expect a big jump. viruses considered widespread in 40 states. tracy potts has more on the flu frenzy in today's medical alert. >> in boston, the mayor declared a public health emergency. they have had 700 cases so far. >> that is 10 times the number of total cases we saw last year. >> they are offering free flu shots to combat what the cdc says could be one of the worst flu seasons we ha
. peyton manning missed all of last year. ray lewis can relate. he missed half of this year. ony dungy say thatben he likes the colts. everybody has an opinion. the game has to be played. you have to play the game on sunday. that's the way we feel. whoever wins, some people will be right and some will be wrong. >> a special playoff edition of "ravens report" friday night at 7:30. no one elected to baseball's hall of fame yesterday. >> we will be right back. >> another top honor for marilyn's public school is -- for maryland's public school. >> a trade school closes in baltimore and that leaves students in new place to learn. students in new place to learn.
cast today. let's talk about the ravens and broncos for a minute. ray lewis 37 verses peyton manning, 36 years old. this game brought to you by aarp, surely i'm joking. but there's something not funny going on when you talk about denver and the ravens. broncos busted baltimore a month ago. that wasn't funny. probably a low point in the season. denver's 17-point win at the stadium. broncos with a 31-3 lead and took their foot off the gas. coach john harbaugh was playing for the second time. >> yes, he doesn't. i'm sure that it helps them too with a foundation to work with as we have a lot of games broken down up until that point, adding the games from there on out. >> even a short week. >> yeah, it's a help, it's a big plus. >> all righty then. back to ray lewis. his team's next loss, it will be his last and now you can see the retirement after the season. we all saw the love fest at the birds nest this past weekend. denver, they won't be as accommodating on the field. but off the field a lot of respect for the secrets here. >> he has made a huge difference. you know i think for their
victory that's really caught fire. losing quarterback peyton manning waiting in the empty ravens locker room to talk to ray lewis. we don't know what the two legends say to one another, but lewis did talk about reporters, about how he feels about manning. >> there's so much respect that i have for payton, you know, him and his wife was outside waiting on me now because of how great a friends we became through the years. and to extend it now, you know, to know whenever the road stops, you know, that it won't be the end, it is just a new beginning. but to do it like this, to do it for my teammates, to do it for my children, who are my greatest inspiration and then to do it for my city there,'s no other reason you do it. >> aaron is the nfl analyst. he's so emotional. i hope he makes it through okay. he has one last game. well, maybe more than one. right? >> it could possibly be the last game. i mean the patriots are favorites, heavy favorites. it's kind of surprising as these two teams did meet last year in this game in the afc championship game and people may forget the ravens played ver
that knocked out peyton manning in denver. now only four teams are left. atlanta, san francisco, new england, and baltimore. james brown, host of nfl today on cbs is here. good morning. >> every time i hear that name i want to dance across the floor. i know i couldn't do it. i couldn't do it back then. i can't do it now. >> you have to be brilliantly smart by what happened over the weekend. >> great weekend. some of the best football i've ever seen. i've been doing it for 25 years. certainly the game we had, fourth longest playoff game in history was simply awesome. >> is the biggest story kaepernick as the san francisco quarterback and the heroic game and peyton manning and the game he had, which was not heroic? >> on opposite ends. colin kaepernick, he represents the new breed of quarterback. a very mobile quarterback. one who's dangerous. he can pass play the pocket game too. but here if he finds the seam, he's not looking for 5 or 10 yards. s he's going for 40 or 50. >> do you think he was the most impressive performance over the weekend? >> oh, unquestionably. ther
, somehow got behind the defense in overtime, peyton manning forces this pass and intercepted, and six plays later, and now, in double overtime the ravens kick a game winning 47 yard field goal to stun the broncos, 38- 38-35. and then from san francisco, 49ers qb, kaepernick, rushing, 181 yards and two touchdowns, and had the the game of his lifetime. those are your headlines. >> thank you very much. i would have had to have read that phonetically. >> kaepernick? >> yes, let's check with rick reichmuth. >> rick: the dangers of early morning tv, i fell asleep right at double overtime, i have no how it happened, but i woke up when the game was done, i was bummed. warm across the southeast, enjoy it, this is all about to change and once it goes away, it's gone for a long time. the cold air across the west will replace it and the warm air up to the west and that's going to be a bit of a change that's going to be happening, another very cold morning out to the west and factor in the wind and it's brutal out there. minus 17, and minus 24 in glasgow and a lot of cold air still there, but it's a slo
a great win beating peyton manning. >> can they beat tom brady. brady and the patrons are favored by 9. >> i am sure people take into consideration that baltimore has had to road games. they have to work hard and pull it out. will they have anything left. again if you had to bet money you are looking 49ers new england. will your libido in football this weekend. beatiwill you be doingl this sunday? >> football is really the best port. the other games obviously fund baseball, basketball, when it comes to drama there is something about football and you can jump on the bandwagon is the best. >> the 49ers killed. and you look at the falcons in that game everyone was like you are kidding me. you lose some point and then when with one kick. would the 49 is rather play seattle here at candlestick or go to atlanta. in hindsight what the heck. the play atlanta >> i do not care what you want to play here is who you are going to play. that is one game away from the super bowl. >> the same thing when i worked saturday night i would have preferred that to be the anchor. then i came in saturday night
. a great regular season, peyton manning never looked better and they had a week off. thanksgiving, had a farewell to lewis. it was the last home game of his career. >>> from the brink of death to the brink of back to back championships, bacanovic quarterback leads them to the bcs title game tonight after he got a second chance at life. he was five years old when he was nearly killed in a jet ski accident. his younger brother says doctors said he would be blind if he survived. this is a miracle to see where he is at today. crimson tide faces the number within team in the nation, the fighting irish, tonight. but alabama is favored. that's a quick look at sports. >> gretchen: all right. guess who ventured outside? >> brian: steve's got guts. >> steve: i'm next to where we hooked up the pocket hose and the faucet, something got stripped in there. i'm just anding what they did to shut it offment it took over two hours. look at this. kind of an old school thing because the threads were stripped. they hammered a socket right on to that thing. the problem is, it does not close now. so i'm just
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